A couple weeks ago Mark Gabryjelski (@markgabbs) presented a ProfessionalVMware.com vBrownBag on Home Lab Builds. Unfortunately my schedule has not allowed me to join in on a vBrownBag live in good while. Luckily for all of us the follow-up recordings are usually available just a day or two after (joining live is still WAY better).
One of the interesting tools that was mentioned (lot of #vBrownBag twitter discussion during the BrownBag) during the vBrownBag was JumpSquares. The JumpSquares project from Kendrick Coleman is a bookmarking tool that allows you to bookmark not only URLs but also SSH, RDP, and VNC. JumpSquares is available in two flavors: a hosted SaaS version or an appliance you can download and deploy.
If you have trouble keeping up with all the different access UIs and servers in your lab (vCenter, vCOPs, vCO, NAS Admin UI, etc, etc, etc) JumpSquares may be the simple (and FREE) solution you are looking for. You can easily setup bookmarks, or squares, to the URLs for Administration interfaces. JumpSquares also provides the ability to configure and launch SSH, RDP, or VNC access from a square.
I am using the appliance version and below is the main JumpSquare page for my home lab. As you can see in the image I have created JumpSquares for quick access to the UIs in my lab.